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What: Shares of transportation equipment manufacturer Wabash National
So what: The company is as quiet as a mouse. Of course, those who follow Wabash National's stock should know that the stock is nothing if it's not volatile: Last week, the stock posted an intraday move up of almost 10%, while the first two days of this week it was down intraday by more than 5% and then back up by a similar amount.
Now what: The company -- which supplies truck trailers and other gear to transportation companies like FedEx
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